Virtual Eye News
- Published: Monday, 22 August 2022 09:32
Virtual Eye visualized the right point break at Jeffreys Bay in South Africa for the World Surf League Championship Tour, one of seven Tour events held during July. Another 400+ Major League Baseball games were played for the month, including the MLB All-Star Game - where new technology was rolled out to MLB's Statcast 3D system (which Virtual Eye maintains and updates), used extensively by multiple broadcasters throughout July.
Above: Corona Open J-Bay - This Is Why Jeffreys Bay Is The Best Right-Hander On Earth
Meanwhile our Golf Operations teams delivered our graphics and ball-tracking to several Tours, beginning with the concurrent John Deere Classic in Illinois, The Ascendant in Colorado and the Irish Open at Mount Juliet Estate. These were followed by our simultaneous coverage of the Genesis Scottish Open at the Renaissance Club and the Barbasol Championship in Kentucky, before bringing our graphics to bear upon the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews and the Memorial Health Championship at Panther Creek CC. The next week Virtual Eye Golf covered 5 tournaments at once, the 3M Open in Minnesota, the Price Cutter Championship in Missouri, the Cazoo Classic in England, the Senior Open at Gleneagles and the Evian Championship in France. The Rocket Mortgage Classic in Michigan and the Hero Open at St Andrews saw the month out for Virtual Eye Golf.